The Ten Principal Upanishads Put into English by Shree Purohit Swami and W. B. Yeats Faber and Faber Limited 24, Russell Square London 1937 Topics: The Ten Principal Upanishads, Shree Purohit Swami, W. B. Yeats
Bebop Beatniks Live at HairyLarryLand September 12, 2014 01 Eight Ball with excerpt from "All Souls' Night" by W. B. Yeats 02 Stella By Starlight 03 Church 04 My Funny Valentine "Eight Ball" and "Church" by Larry Heyl Personnel Mike Newson - Tenor Sax Matt Jackson - bass Lisa Kincaide - drums, xylophone Hairy Larry - piano, vocals, xylophone Larry played his Kurzweil K2000 V3 Recorded to a Zoom H4 using spaced omnis, Realistic 1070C microphones. Audio post done in... Topics: Jazz, poetry, Bebop Beatniks, W. B. Yeats, Hairy Larry, Larry Heyl, Jonesboro, Arkansas Source: mics listed > Zoom H4
1. Ray Bradbury's Golden Apples Of The Sun was originally published in 1953, and included 22 stories. This audio includes: . The Golden Apples of the Sun . Hail and Farewell . The Flying Machine . The Fruit At The Bottom Of The Bowl . A Sound of Thunder (made into a movie) . The Murderer . The April Witch . The Foghorn (Movie âBeast from 20,000 Fathomsâ was based on this story) The Audio consists of 4 parts. The title comes from the poem "The Song of Wandering Aengus" by W. B. Yeats... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Golden Apples of the Sun, Ray Bradbury, Science Fiction, The Song of Wandering Aengus, W. B. Yeats
article by Dr. Sydney T. Chapman published by The Widcombe Press in 'The Road: A Journal of History, Myth and Legend' Issue No. 4, June, 2011, pp 3-11, about Robert Henry Fryar of Bath, a Victorian publisher and occultist. The first study to appear on Fryar, with notes and bibliography. Topics: Victorian, occult, John Yarker, John Lewis Yarker, Robert H. Fryar, Robert Henry Fryar, R. H....